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Jul 23, 2012 11:00pm EDT
james holmes. investigators say holmes is not cooperating with their questions and said nothing this morning during his court appearance. police searched his apartment this weekend and found several batman-related items including a poster for the new movie and a batman mask. fox's craig boswell has the latest from the courthouse in colorado. >> reporter: it's the first public glimpse of james holmes since he allegedly walked into the movie theater and opened fire. james holmes sat silent with a blank stare, the once promising former grad student was wearing a jailhouse jump suit with his hands shackled. as the judge spoke, 24-year-old seemed uninvolved. the purpose of the hearing was to inform holmes of the charges he'll soon face. when he was offered a chance to speak? >> do you have any questions? >> reporter: he stayed quiet. at one point he closed his eyes. prosecutors are expected to file charges formally next monday. a mental health evaluation is routine in cases like this. >> i would say there's no such thing as a slam dunk case. it is a case where we're still looking at the e
Jul 20, 2012 11:00pm EDT
colorado midnight movie massacre. here's what we know about james holmes, the suspected gunman. investigators say he bought four guns and 6,000 rounds of ammunition legally on the internet and in local stores. he used at least three weapons opening fire on unsuspecting victims killing 12, a total of 70 people hurt. tonight 11 people are in critical condition. officials have not yet released their names. in moments we will be joined live by a teenager who survived who was inside the theater when the shooting began, but first let's get the latest from fox 5's bob barnard. >> it's only been in the last hour or so the bodies of the 10 victims who died inside the theater have been removed. aurora police getting ready to meet with families to confirm identifications. 30 victims remain hospitalized tonight. >> 315 entry 14 for a shooting at century shooter 14300 east alameda avenue. they're saying somebody is shooting in the auditorium. >> moviegoers captured these images of the chaotic scene right after the shooting. >> everyone is screaming and crying around there. >> police and fir
Jul 25, 2012 11:00pm EDT
holmes, sent that notebook. one of these sources says the notebook was full of details about he was going to kill people. it was endeliverred and it's unclear how long it sat in the mail room. >> protees tests in california took a violent turn overnight. hundreds of protesters clashed with anaheim police officers in a forced nighted of violence. the police union is defending the shootings, claiming both men have criminal records. >>> a judge is appointing tito jackson's oldest son. the court suspended the rights of katherine because she hasn't spoken with the children. sheriff deputies continue to investigate a family distour baps. >> despite pressing charges, they are united and support the university. about 30 players gated. and issued a statement, the penn state community to support them and say players remain strong and committed to the football program. >> we are proud of what we are. we are the true penn staters. we are going to see this thing through. we're going to do everything we can for the university. >> fined $60 million. imposed a four-year bowl ban. could have been worse. t
Jul 27, 2012 11:00pm EDT
figures. delegate eleanor holmes norton received 72% of votes followed by adrian fenty with 57%. barry was third with 52%. just 34% of d.c. voters had a favorable view of current d.c. mayor vincent gray. >>> new york mayor michael bloomberg is weighing in on the chick-fil-a controversy. the president of the fast food chain recently announced he opposes same sex marriage. some local leaders reacted saying the chain is no longer welcome in their cities, but bloomberg is taking a different stand. fox's lauren green explains. >> reporter: the statement set up a firestorm of criticism. atlanta-based chick-fil-a is a staple of southern hospitality and acknowledges its biblical based business philosophy including being closed on sundays hasn't worked well in the north, but that's not what caused the uproar. >> how we define the family, god sets the standard of what a family is. it's not going to come out of washington or some blog site. >> reporter: gay rights activists are blasting them and getting plenty of support. legally they can't do anything about it, but mayors of boston, san
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